LOS ANGELES — Production company ArtClass (https://artclasscontent.com/post/) has expanded its post production team with the addition of more than 20 new hires, including talent in Los Angeles, Kansas City and New York. The expansion includes managing director of post production Corwin Carroll, executive producer Sean Owolo and head of post production Brian Keegan.
Photo (L-R): Carroll and Eckardt
Carroll brings his years of experience with advertising agencies, production companies and VFX, working with clients that include ESPN, Ford, Carvana and Amazon. Owolo was previously at Roger and Big Machine, and Keegan was previously with Los York, Roger and Timber VFX.
ArtClass’ full-service post production pipeline includes editorial, design, animation, color, VFX, finishing and sound. As part of the expansion, director Chris Eckardt, from Framestore LA, joins the team as executive creative director.
“It is amazing to be part of an organization with endless opportunities and energy,” says Eckardt. “Teaming up with Corwin and his team, along with Rebecca Niles; I look forward to all that can be dreamt and accomplished. This new division will allow us to continue to break the mold when it comes to our collaborator’s visions in maximizing the quality we provide of storytelling in branded experiences.”
The team also includes senior editors Morgan Bradley (Nike, Sephora), Tyrone Rhabb (FitBit, Adidas), James Lee (MLB, Kohler), James Boger (Carvana, Meta); VFX supervisor/compositor/director Joshua Guillaume (Nat Geo, Jeep); animators/art directors Mike Healy (HBO “Betty”), Tyler Keith (Samsung, Discovery) and Brandon Todd (ESPN, Taco Bell); composer/sound engineer Julian Bickford (SoundCloud, GoDaddy); and colorist Taylre Jones (Wendys, IBM).
"I’m thrilled to collaborate with Corwin and his team,” shares ArtClass live-action managing director Rebecca Niles. “This new division allows us an incredible opportunity to continue to break the mold, execute superb vision, and maximize the quality of storytelling in branded experiences.”